530 PM CDT Oklahoma Severe Weather Summary (5/27/2012)

Shortly after 5 PM, radar indicated a few sprinkles and light rain showers across southern Oklahoma and North Texas. The precipitation was associated with a band of mid-level clouds that is moving across central and eastern Oklahoma. Through 630 PM, areas from Stillwater to Oklahoma City to Ardmore will have the best chance of very light rain.
Elsewhere, a dryline extended from north to south along the  eastern panhandles. Thunderstorms may form along the dryline through the early evening. If storms develop, a few may move into far northwest Oklahoma, around Buffalo, LaVerne, and Shattuck. There is also a good chance that some of the storms will be severe with large hail and damaging winds being the main threats. Beaver, Ellis, Harper, Woodward and Woods Counties are under a severe thunderstorm watch until midnight CDT.

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